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Album Review

Further cementing his status as one of the major players on the thriving Marseilles hip-hop scene, French-Algerian rapper Samir Djourhlel, aka L'Algérino, issued his fourth studio album, C'est Correct, featuring collaborations with the likes of DJ Abdel and Coco ("Johnny Hama"), Kader Japonais ("Classi"), and Alonzo ("Wesh Rhey") alongside the singles "Allo Maman Bobo" and "Bayna" and remixes of "Avec le Sourire" and his biggest hit from 2010 predecessor Effet Miroir, "Sur la Tete de Ma Mère." ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi


Born: 02 May 1981 in Marseille, France

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

French rapper L'Algérino was a leading exponent of the fertile Marseilles hip-hop community. Born May 2, 1981, in the city's rough-and-tumble Félix Pyat district, he began rapping as a teen, joining the local group B-Vice Juniors. Originally performing under his given name, Samir, he first attracted attention in collaboration with Psy4 de la Rime, through whom he befriended Akhenaton of the influential group IAM. Akhenaton renamed his new protégé L'Algérino and signed him to his 361 Records imprint,...
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